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'Dedication 




MR. CHARLES DAVIS 

You came to Cohasset High School as a teacher of mathematics but soon made your 
influence felt even beyond the classroom. Your face, lighted by a ready smile, quickly 
became familiar to everyone. As track coach and advisor to the Pep Club, you have 
clearly shown a strong interest in the student body. You have become a true friend 
to every student — a much admired and respected one. For your unceasing enthusiasm, 
patience, and devotion as a teacher and a friend we, the class of 1964, dedicate our 
yearbook to you, Mr. Charles Davis. 




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Math 'Department 




Mr. Davis, Mrs. Bates, Mr. DiGirolamo, Miss Terry, Mr. Crocker. Mr. Dunn. 

English Department 




Standing: Mr. Calabro, Mr. MacDonald, Miss Egan, Miss King, Mr Finnerty. 
Sitting: Mrs. Koch, Miss Sullivan, Miss Leonard, Miss Long. 



Social Studies 




Franey, Mr 



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Health Guidance Cibrary 




Mr. Prescott Mrs. Casey. Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Broderick, Mrs. Bacigalupo 



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Canguagcs 





Mr. Abrahamson, Mrs. Scott, Miss Reed, Miss Gray 




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Physical Education 



Industrial Arts 





Mr. Dorr and Miss Cohen 



Home Economics 



Mr. Hughes and Mr. Plante 



Commercial 




Mrs. Wunschel 



Mrs. Glover 



Miss Nelson 




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PATRICIA LOUISE ANDERSON 

"Patty" 

Softball 2. 3; Basketball 3: Class Play 4; French Club 1, 2; 
Press Club 4; Dramatic Club 4. 




JUDY MARIE BARNES 
"Judy" 



Glee Club 1. 



THOMAS CHRISTOPHER ARCAND 

"Tom" 

Football 2. 3. 4; Track 2: Basketball 1; Spanish Club 
2; French Club 1. 3; Student Council 2. 3, (Vice- 
President I 4. 




REBECCA MYRA BATES 

"Becky" 

Basketball 1. (Manager) 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Band 4; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 2-4; Latin Club 
1. 2; Math Club 2: Pep Club 4; Science Seminar 
Society 2. 3. (Secretary) 4; Future Teachers Club 

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LINDA EUGENIA BERNITT 

"Linda" 

Yearbook 4; Class Dance 1-4; Press Club 1, 2, 4; 
Pep Club 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1-4. 



SARAH SUSAN BOYER 

"Sue" 

Basketball 1. 3: Class Dance 1-3; News Club 3; 
1: Latin Club 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 1, 2. 





HENRY EDWARD BRENNOCK 

"Eddie" 



BARBARA ELLEN BROWN 

"Barb" 

Field Hockey 1; Hask.thal I 2; Press Club 2: 
Class Dance 3, 4. 



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JOSEPH DANIEL BUCKLEY MARGO BERNADETTE CAREY 

"Dan*' "Margo" 
Debating 3. 4; Press Club 4; Student Council (President) 4. Basketball 1. SEMSBA 4; Class Dance 1, 2; Mixed 

Chorus 1-4; Glee Club 4. 





LYNN MARIE CARRAHER 

"Lynn" 

Basketball 1-3: Cheering 4; Class Dance 1-4: Dramatic Club 2^ 
AFS Club 3. 4; French Club 1-3. (Treasurer I 4: Future Teachers 
Club 1-4. 



CHRISTINE CASADY 

"'Chris" 

Cheering 1-3. I Captain > 4 : Mixed Chorus I. 3 ; Press Club 1. 2 : 
French Club 1-2 ( Vice-President > . (President) 4; Class President 1; 
AFS Club 3. 4: Latin Club t; Pep Club 1-4: Marshall 3, 4; Class 
Dance 1 -4 ; Tennis 3. 4 ; National Honor Society 3, ( President ) 4 : 
Yearbook Staff (Literary Editor) 4; AFS Representative to Japan 
3 ; Class Play 4 ; Student Government Representative 4. 

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MARK DAVID COADY 

"Mark" 






DAVID PAL L DOCKENDORFF 

'"Dave" 



CYNTHIA ANN DONOVAN 

"Cindy" 

Tennis 2. 3, 4; Field Hookey 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3; 
French Club 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Class Dance 
1-4. 





SANDRA LEE DOWDING 

"Sandra" 



DEBORAH DIANE DUNN 

"Debbie" 

Tennis 1-4; Basketball 3: Cheering 1, 2; Student 
Council 1, 3: Pep Club 1-3: Class Dance 1-4; Dramatic 
Club 1-3, (Production Manager) 4; Literary Magazine 
1, 2, (Secretary) 3: Future Teachers Club 1-3, (Presi- 
dent) 4; Press Club 1-3, (Co-editor) 4. 

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JOAN LESLIE EDMONDS HERBERT THOMAS ELLIOTT 

'Joan'* '"Tom" 

Field Hockev 1-4: Softball 1-4: Pep Club 1: Press Track 3. 4: Cross Country 3. 4: Marshal 3. 4. 

Club 1. 2. 






DORIS JEAN EMANIELLO 

'"Doris" 

Field Hockey 1: Press Club 1: Class Dance 1, 



ROBERT ALBEN FIELDING 
'Hob"' 

Track 1. 3, 4; Science Seminar Societ) 1-4; Hand 1-4; SF.MSBA 
1-4; Debating 1-4; Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4: Literary Magazine 
2, 3, 4; Dance Hand 4. 



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GORDON ALFRED FLINT 

"Gordie" 

Football 1. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 3. 4: Marshal 3. 4; French Club 
1: National Honor Society 4: Yearbook 4. 



SANDRA J LAW IF. FLINT 

"Sandi" 

Field Hockey 1-4: Yearbook Staff 4: French Club 
1, 2. (Treasurer) 3, 4: AFS Club 3. (President) 4: 
Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1-3: Class Secretary 4: 
Spanish Club 2: Class Dance 1-4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4. 





DIANE SUSAN FREEDMAN 

"Diane"' 

Basketball 3; Troll 3, 4; Latin Club 2: Mixed Chorus 1-4; 
French Club 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1-4; National Honor Society 4. 



JAMES LAWRENCE GALLAGHER III 

"'Jimmy" 

Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1: Class 
Dance 1-4; Yearbook 4. 



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GAYLE MARIE GARDNER 

"Gayle" 

Field Hockey 4: Softball 4; Dramatic Club 4. 




CAROL ELIZABETH GRASSIE 

"Carol" 

Tennis 1-4; Press Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Mixed 
Chorus 4; Future Teachers Club 2; Dramatic Club 
1, 4; Class Dance 1-3. 



KATHLEEN ANN GOTTESMAN 

"Kathy" 

Field Hockey 1; Pep Club 2. 3, 4; French Club 1-4; Student 
Secretary 3, 4. 




JOHN JOSLPH HEVEY 

"John" 



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ELSPETH JEAN HODGSON 

•Elsp" 

AFS Representative from South Africa 4; AFS Club 4: Yearbook 
Staff 4: Student Council 4: Student Government Exchange Com- 
mittee 4: Class Dance 4. 



JOSEPH STEPHEN HUMPHREYS 

"Steve" 

Track 2. 3. 4; Class President 2. 3. 4; Band 1-4; 
Marshal 1-4. 





WILLIAM BERNARD JOYCE JAMES TIMOTHY KANE 

"Billy" '"Jimmy" 
Football 1-3; Basketball 1; AV Club 1-3. (Vice-Presi- 
dent) 4. 






ANN ELIZABETH LEONARD 

"Ann" 

SEMSBA 1. 2: Softball 1-4: Cheering 4; Class Dance 1-3; Pep 
Club 1. 2: French Club 1. Art Appreciation Club 1: Glee Club 
L 2; Mixed Chorus 1-3. 




CLARENCE HAROLD LITCHFIELD 

"Clarence" 



FRANCIS PATRICK LOUGHRAN III 

"Pat - ' 

Football 1. 2. 4: Baseball 1-4: Basketball 1: French 
Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; Class 
Dance 2, 3. 



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GEORGE ALBERT LUSCOMBE JAMES WALLACE LYON 

"George" "Jimmy" 
Band 4. Football 1-4; Baseball 1, 2, (Co-Captain) 3, 4; AV Club 1-3. 




BRUCE DAVID MACDONALD 

"Bruce" 

Football 1-3, (Co-Captain) 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Marshal 
2, 3, 4; Class Dance 1-4; Yearbook Staff 4; Class 
Vice-President 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4; Class 
Play 4; Boys State Representative. 



DOUGLAS EDWAKD MACDONALD 

"Doug" 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1-3; Marshal 1-3, 
(Co-Captain) 4; Band 1-4; Student Council 1, (Treasurer) 
2-3, 4; Yearbook Staff (Editor-in-Chief) 4; Class Dance 1-4; 
Mixed Chorus 2, 3; National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1. 



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CATHRYN KELLY MacISAACS 

"Cathy" 

News Club 1-3. (President I 4; Girls Track 2. 3. 4; Cheering 
2. 3, 4: Marshal 3. 4: Pep Club 2-4; Class Secretary 1-3; 
Latin Club 1. 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Press Club 1, 2; Debating 
1. 2, (Vice-President) 3, 4; Literary Magazine 2. 3, 4. 




DONALD PATRICK MASSA 

'"Donnie" 

News Club 1: Science Seminar Society 1, 2; Yearbook 4: Class 
Dance 1; Class Play 4; Math Club 1, 2. 



JANE ADELINE MARSHALL 

"Jane" 

r renc h Club 1. 2: Latin Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; 
Literary Magazine 1 ; Yearbook 4. 




RONALD ANTHONY MASSA 

"'Ronnie" 

Football 1. 3, 4; Yearbook 4: Class Dance 1, 4; Math 
Club 1; Class Play 4. 



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SUSAN HELEN MURPHY 

'"Sue" 

Troll 3. 4: Class Dance 3. 



STEPHEN ARTHUR NICOLLE 

"Steve" 

Track 2: Baseball 3: Debating 2: Band 14; 
Chorus 4: Class Plav 4. 



Mixed 




ROBERT GEORGE NOONAN 
'■Bob" 




JANE LAWRENCE NORLING 

""Jane" 

Tennis 3: Clieering 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 2. 3. 4: French 
Club 3: Literarv Magazine 3. 4: Yearbook Staff (Art 
Editor! 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Softball 1: Class Dance 1-3. 



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ALICE WHITNEY NUGENT 

"Bonnie" 



French Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Literary 
Magazine 4; Pep Club 3; AFS Club 4; Yearbook 4. 



CORNELIUS JAMES O'BRIEN 

"Bunny" 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; Pep Club 4; Golf 4; Yearbook 4. 




ALISON JEAN PRATT 

'"Alison" 

Softball 1: Cheering 1-4: Student Council 2. 3: Pep Club 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club I; Class Dance 1-4; Art Appreciation 
Club 4. 




JANE ELIZABETH REARDON 

"Jane" 

Basketball 1-3, (Co-Captain) 4; Tennis 1-4 Latin Club 1, 2; 
Press Club 1: Dramatics Club 1. 2: Future Teachers Club 2: 
Class Dance 1-4. 



THOMAS RICHARD QLTGLEY 

'Dick" 

Football 2, 3. 4: Track 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; 
Marshal 3, 4: Yearbook Staff (Photographic Editor) 4. 




ROBERT WILLIAM REED 

"Bob" 

Debating 1; French Club 3; AFS Club 3, 4; Literary 
Magazine 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. 



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LINDA KATHERINE REYNOLDS CHRISTINE CAROL ROBINSON 

"Linda" "Chris" 
Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Tennis 3, 4; French Cheering 1-4; French Club 2; Press Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3; 

Club (Secretary) 2, ( Treasurer) 3, (Vice-President) Mixed Chorus 1-3; Cla,ss Dance 1-3. 

4; Latin Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1-4; Future Teachers 
Club 3: National Honor Society 3, (Secretary) 4: 
Yearbook Staff 4; Class Dance 1-4, Class Play 4; 
Student Council (Secretary) 4; AFS Club 3, 4; Mixed 
Chorus 1-3. 




DORENE LOUISE ROSE JOHN ALDEN SANDS 

"Dorene" "John" 
Basketball (Manager) 3, 4; Latin Club 1, (President) Track 3, 4; Basketball 1; Band 1-4. 

2; Future Teachers Club 3, (Secretary) 4; National 
Honor Society 3, (Vice-President) 4; Class Dance 1-4; 
Clee Clul) 1; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Class 
Play 4. 

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BARBARA THERESA SESTITO 

"Barb" 

Latin Club 1. 2; Class Dance 1-3. 




PATRICIA ELLEN SKEHAN 

"Ethel" 

Tennis 1-4; Marshal 3, 4; Girls State Representative; Yearbook 
Staff (Secretary) 4; French Club 2, 3, (Secretary) 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Student Secretary 2, 3, 4; Press Club 1. (Treasurer) 
3; DAR Representative 4; Class Dance 1-4; Class Play 4. 



JAMES PORTER SCOBIE 

"Jimmy" 

Track 3. 4; Basketball (Scorer) 1; Mixed Chorus 1-4; 
French Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Football (Manager) 
1-4; Class Dance 2. 




JEAN MARIE SMITH 

"Jean" 

Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1-3; Mixed 
Chorus 1, 2: Math Club 1-3; AFS Club 4; French 
Club 1, 2; Class Dance 1-4. 



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MARK HOWARD STANNARD 

"Mark" 

Football 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Baseball 2, 3, 
1; Yearbook Staff 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4; Class Dance 1-4. 



4; Golf 
Marshal 



KATHERINE MARY STANTON 

"Kate" 

Basketball 1-3, (Co-Captain) 4; Field Hockey 3, (Manager) 
4; Mixed Chorus 4; Press Club 4; Literary Magazine 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 4; Class Dance 1-4. 







JACQUELYN MARIE STAUSS 



■*Jackie" 

Latin Club 1, 2; Student Council 2; Pep Club 2; Class 
Dance 1-3. 



THOMAS CHARLES STODDARD 

"Tom" 

Football 2, 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3, 4; 
Class Dance 3. 



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DAVID THOMAS STONE 

""Dave"' 

Football 1-4: AV Club 1-3, (President) 4; Stage Crew 3, 4. 



JUDITH ANN TAYLOR 

"Judy" 

Field Hockey 1: Press Club 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 
3, 4; Pep Club 1-3; French Club 3. 





SUSAN LOCKE TOUSLEY 

"Sue" 

Cheering 1, 2. 4; Pep Club 1-3, (President! 4; Press Club 1. 2, 
(Secretary) 3: AFS Club 3, 4; French Club 2. 3. 4; Mixed 
Chorus 1. 3: National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Dance 1-4; 
Class Treasurer 1-4. 



CHRISTINE ANNE TOWLE 

"Chris" 

Basketball 2, 3; Softball' 2; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Class Dance 1-3: Pep Club 1: Science Seminar 
Society 1. 2: French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; 
Class Play 4. 



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FREDERICK FRANCIS VECCHIONE 

"Fred" 



HARRY CAMERON WARD III 

"Cameron" 

Track 4. 



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VIRGINIA REED WAASER LINDA ANNE WILLIAMS 

"Ginny" "Linda" 
Latin Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 4; Future Student Council 2; French Club 3, 4; News Club 3; Mixed 

Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Class Dance 1-4. Chorus 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club (Secretary) 

3, (Vice-President) 4; Class Dance 1-4. 



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Senior Superlatives 



CUTEST 




Senior Superlatives 



MOST SINCERE 




WHY TEACHERS GO MAD BEST DRESSED 




Steve Humphrey and Lindy Reynolds Dick Quiglev and Chris Robinson 

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Chris in {Japan 





Fourth of July celebration with my family, the Suga 





"Made in Japan'' 




Hall of the Great Buddha— the largest wooden building 
in the world. 



Typically friendly high school girls. 




My summer in Japan as Cohasset's AFS rep- 
resentative was the most rewarding and valuable 
experience of my life. It gave me many unfor- 
gettable memories for which I shall be forever 
grateful to the people of Cohasset who made it 
all possible. Never before have I seen, done, and 
learned so much. Most important, I now truly 
understand the truthfulness of the AFS motto: 

"Walk together, talk together, 

0, ye peoples of the earth; 

Only then shall ye find peace." 



Oh! what a cute Buddha! 



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Sbpeth in Cohasset 



The year starting June 26, 1963, has been the most 
wonderful of my life. Thanks go to everyone in Cohasset 
for helping make my visit as happy and rewarding as it 
has been. 

Saying "Thank-you" seems a most inadequate way 
of expressing my appreciation to the Hoopers and to 
"Cohasset." However, I hope that everyone realizes 
how much I really do appreciate all that has been done 
for me. 

Cohasset High is a school I shall remember as my 
own, and I doubt that I'll ever forget the friendly faces 
I now know so well. 




My new sisters and brother. 





Mr. Cakbw's ?u bright year 

in 
Jtaly 



On the way ... I left the 
driving to them. 





Ambassador Alberto Tarchiani presenting certificate at orientation pro- 
gram at Lake Garda. Then — more study in Rome — the magnificent Eternal 
City. 



Byzantine Campanile on St. 
Matthew's Cathedral, Salerno — 
built in 11th century and hous- 
ing bones of St. Matthew. 





The boys of IIIB in the aula during a quiet moment — one of the few. 
Professoressa Varese in sunglasses looks on. 



Professore Gatti with his boys 
in the Annex — this room is over 
500 years old. 




III B outside — The boys are all university bound. 



It wasn't all work. 
, Here we give the 
economy on Capri 
a boost. 




J deal Senior Qirl 



Hair of 
Eyes of 
Smile of 
Laugh of 
Dimples of 
Complexion of 
Profile of 
Figure of 
Voice of 
Walk of 
Neatness of 
Personality of 
Peppiness of 
Disposition of 
Generosity of 
Friendliness of 
Dependability of 
Sincerity of 
Wit of 
Charm of 
Brains of 
Manners of 
Athletic ability of 
Musical ability of 
Artistic ability of 
Imagination of 
Dancing skill of 



Alison Pratt 
Kathy Gottesman 
Jackie Stauss 
Pat Anderson 
Judy Taylor 
Alison Pratt 
Debbie Dunn 
Chris Robinson 
Ann Leonard 
Jane Norling 
Kathy Gottesman 
Linda Reynolds 
Bonnie Nugent 
Jackie Kleinz 
Linda Bernitt 
Tricia Skehan 
Dorene Rose 
Tricia Skehan 
Sue Murphy 
Elspeth Hodgson 
Chris Casady 
Barbara Brown 
Joan Edmonds 
Sue Tousley 
Jane Norling 
Susan Murphy 
Jane Reardon 



J deal Senior Key 



Hair of 
Eyes of 
Smile of 
Laugh of 
Dimples of 
Complexion of 
Profile of 
Build of 
Voice of 
Walk of 
Neatness of 
Personality of 
Peppiness of 
Disposition of 
Generosity of 
Friendliness of 
Dependability of 
Sincerity of 
Wit of 
Charm of 
Brains of 
Manners of 
Athletic ability of 
Musical ability of 
Artistic ability of 
Imagination of 
Dancing skill of 



Lloyd Huskins 
Jimmy Gallagher 
Gordon Flint 
Dick Quigley 
Bruce Macdonald 
Lloyd Huskins 
Greg Hunt 
Mark Stannard 
Doug Macdonald 
Larry Keating 
Bob Noonan 
Steve Humphreys 
Steve Nicolle 
Tom Stoddard 
Jim Lyon 
Corny O'Brien 
Ronnie Massa 
Geoff Mulette 
Tom Elliot 
Paul Mulette 
George Casey 
Paul Mulette 
Mark Stannard 
Steve Humphreys 
Phil Mclntyre 
Tom Elliot 
Jim Lyon 



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Senior Signatures 



Many things about a person's personality and interests can be discovered through 
an analysis of his handwriting. With this in mind, the members of the Literary Staff 
set to work studying the signatures of the '64 Seniors. The results were very inter- 
esting. Some signatures immediately brought to mind certain ideas about the person. 
We learned many things concerning the pasts of some Seniors and the futures of 
others. Anyway, we thought you should know! 





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"Hatchet" . . . thumbing to Boston . . . distinctive laugh . . . English 
Leather ... a booking? ! . . . the floating dent 

lives in a shell? . . . Y.A. Turtle . . . very neat . . . mumble*!!?*, 
mumble . . . how's your ? . . . chicken little 

a future hairdresser? . . . adventurous . . . '62 blue and white Fords 
. . . Boston ... a special ring 

good sense of humor . . . fishing . . . Flag Day . . . treasured broom 
. . . Buddies . . . Spanish II 

red hair . . . slumber parties ... a certain changed sign . . . very 
generous . . . candid pictures . . . retreats . . . oh, those tardy bells! 

a curtain ring . . . five-finger discount . . . nice eyes . . . Coady parties 
. . . good posture? ! . . . midnight visitors 

"ready 'n willing'' . . . camping and bicycles . . . class ring . . . Ball- 
room dancing school . . . "do blondes really have more fun?" 

the most gullible checker at A&P? . . . waiting for mail . . . that union 
meeting! . . . "switching" . . . gave up boys and took up men? ! 

slightly eccentric? ... a black derby . . . against Varsity boys who 
play "Joe College" in high school ... a Dark Horse in '63 



quiet but artistic . . . gambling in Candy's cellar . . . variety shows 
... a treasured cat . . . voice lessons 



perfect cartwheels?? . . . "nuts 'n bolts" . . . naturally curly hair . . . 
bundle boys . . . smoking sickness . . . Turkish taffy 

everything seen through slanted eyes . . . lunches with the Marshals 
. . . those short cheering skirts . . . L.K.'s going away present . . . eek, 
spiders! 

"Margaret" . . . pink socks . . . Physics lab with Chris . . . the "Black 
Maria" . . . puns ... 40 games without a hit . . . food, folk music, 
and Vermont 

third finger, left hand . . . firemen . . . good music, lollypops, and 
Franco-American spaghetti . . . little blue and white Rambler . . . 
hydrants! 

marriage at least once a year? ! . . . girls, parties, skiing . . . telephone 
poles ... the 4th of July . . . treasured possession : "me, myself, and 
I" 



a weekend in N.H. . . . nice, deep voice 
six Arabs on Beechwood Street! 



sweaters . . . one of the 



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DjUMmm Ojulaukj 

~7oFT Elliott 

3)ori3 ErnQOoe//o 
***** Xoc&Uy 




a treasured hair brush . . . long fingernails . . . convertibles . . . the 
"Big Opening" . . . fighting in the cafeteria 

excitable . . . class flirt . . . charm bracelet ... St. John's . . . Miss 
Cohasset '63 . . . distinctive chin . . . clean-up at p.j. parties 

Texaco jacket . . . Chatham adventures . . . Geoff vs Paul . . . athletic 
. . . those lost field hockey games . . . letters . . . Wildcat Mt. 

broken C.H.S. track records . . . "Herb" . . . Good Buddv Mr. Davis 
. . . naps in study hall? . . . the Olvmpics by hook or by crook? 

suppressed rebel? . . . North Eastern?! . . . the onlv Italian who 
doesn't like Italian food ... a certain charm . . . chem lab 

a black sax case . . . ah. those 4:23 bells . . . The Real Truth About 
Russia by Lenin . . . music festival programs . . . debates 

"Gypsy" . . . New Jersey girls . . . false eyelashes? . . . shuffle, limp, 
shuffle . . . nightly TV . . . monev problems . . . alwavs smiling 

hockey sticks . . . Volkswagens . . . oh. Damn boy! . . . Sept. 28. 
1963 . . . long eyelashes . . . "The Dragon" . . . Saturdav at 6:32 

really went to school to learn Chinese . . . that blue MG . . . Nantasket 
Beach? ! . . . much sought after by colleges . . . shifts 

the Farm . . . one of the boys . . . the blue wagon . . . farm girls . . . 
deer hunting . . . "Eyebrows" . . . broken collarbones 

that extra ^4" . . . brother's Austin Healy Sprite . . . toenails and 
eyelashes ... an accent ... a certain crying p.j. party 

sophisticated . . . big. blue eyes . . . confused weekends . . . fashion 
flair . . . clothes, late nights and sport cars 

very petite . . . peal of a pixie . . . natural and nonchalant ... a spe- 
cial rabbit . . . Mill Bridge ... a certain charm 

pretzels . . . the rubbish route . . . best looking . . . school lunches . . . 
true blue to Larry 

"Els" . . . South African accent . . . treasured souvenirs . . . 1963 
Homecoming Queen . . . many letters . . . charming 

"Cozy Joe" . . . the Jeep . . . tire tracks over Hingham Rotary . . . 
falling hair . . . Julius Caesar? . . . well-liked 

moody . . . lives dangerously ... a hard worker . . . curly hair . . . 
old cars and empty gas tanks . . . Victory parades 

Friday nights in Boston . . . many loves! ! . . . a black V.W. . . . fires 
. . . "going to the movies?" . . . Enid . . . "Blondie" 

V.W. bus . . . The Rock . . . TV in the A.V. room . . . big family 
. . . rough games of soccer 

RANKS . . . fighting with E.B. . . . notable laugh . . . cutting into 
lunch time . . . hunting . . . father's car . . working after school 

motorcycles and mail trucks . . lots of brothers . . . two junk cars . . . 
Memorial Day. 1962 . . . "Howdy Doody" . . . the gas station 

blue eyes, a flash of red . . . '51 Plymouth . . . "we don't have much 
time" . . . 2,000,002 freckles? ... a would-be ski-bum 



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sing, girl, sing! . . . Sugar Shack . . . pink and blue . . . happy-go- 
lucky . . . gold charm . . . opposite Robert Goulet? 

lonely Sunday afternoons . . . pies in locker ... a strike-thrower? . . . 
ummm, food . . . swimming in the reservoir 

"Smiley" . . . tripping in an open field at E.B. . . . milk . . . looking 
for pretty girls ... a good Ape-er . . . coach 

owns a leash? . . . #30 . . . "slower younger brother"?! . . . ostrich 
at Gallagher's farm . . . M.L.H. . . . "Boo-hoo" 

"Sneak" . . the Farm escapades . . . H202 . . . Hingham High ring 
. . . fences . . . Friday nights before games ... the big operation 

sandals . . . avant garde . . . cycles . . . college weekends . . . cold, 
windy days . . . hot chocolate, apples, and violets 

turquoise ink ... a dachshund . . . talon-like fingernail . . . Dart- 
mouth! . . . rosy cheeks . . . accidentally spraying Mr. Crotty 

Italian shoes and a Beatle haircut ... a party boy( ?) . . . Sting Rays, 
Jaguars, Spiders . . . waterskiing . . . those dull, dull weekends 

"Ronald or Donald?" . . . arguments with Mr. Davis . . . ask Sue 
for the car?! . . . coasting on Cumner's Hill . . . fishing 

peace and quiet . . . very artistic . .. . sailboats and sailing races . . . 
spam sandwich sea sickness? ! . . . books and a pretty girl 

late passes . . . the drive-in with Larry and Chris . . . '32 Ford with 
blown vettes . . . Florida trips 



notes ... an enthusiastic field hockey spectator . 
. . . related to the Kangaroo family? ! 



Australian accent . . . dribbling 
a constant source of gum 



Tedeschi's 



. Halloween, 1961 
gold Corvair . . . 



happy flowers . . . chartreuse and black velvet . . . Bolsheviks v.s. 
Mensheviks . . . Brahm's sweatshirt . . . cynicism . . . crushes 

superhuman strength? . . . '58 Chevy . . . AFS dance . . . cute . . . 
band uniforms and rehearsals . . . sailing 

studious . . . hunting boots . . . "Junior" . . . walk . . . Friday night 
fights . . . always neat ... a future gym teacher 

absolutely crazy? with Chris ... a would-be shoe killer . . . bottles 

. . . very artistic . . . fascinating earrings . . . that date . . . bark, bark! 

always blue . . . "Alice" . . . math ... a cheerful disposition . . . 
swimming ability . . . shut in a locker 



"Goodyear" . . . bear hunting in Beechwood 
. . . '46 belt . . . speedy . . . cheerfulness 



bulky knit sweaters 



last summer . . . speeding on Elm Court . . . making plans . . . nice 
hands . . . animals, cars, and summer . . . shorthand 



bouncing blonde hair . . . lots of school spirit . . .'navy blue and gold 
scarf . . . mail . . . fiery temper . . . just a rinse! 

"Green Giant" . . . chipmunks . . . hero: Major Mudd . . . showers 
... an agent for G.G. so that we eat our vegetables? ! . . . "the golden 

toe" 



fins, bananas, stuffed ducks . . . red spra\ paint 
. . . trash barrels at 3 a.m. . . . athletic 



foreign matter 



Chut J j~u$JL> 



fighting for Mr. Cohen ... a white V.W. . . . stale potato chips . . . 
semi-broken heart ... a certain Yacht Club dance 

sunglasses . . . former research on turtles . . . always laughing . . . 
ski weekends . . . Portsmouth. N.H. to Chatham. Mass. 

confused . . . fireballs . . . with Jane . . . freedom or the lack of it 
. . . football shirt . . . A&W rootbeer . . . notes 

anti-physical fitness programs . . . stilts . . . The Littlest Angel . . . 
known to disagree . . . note-taking . . . good things come in small 
packages 

overnight in the Portsmouth jail ... a high speed, two-wheeled 
'"machine" . . . Rasmuth jokes . . . anti-bucket seats 

outstanding French chef? . . . great height . . . Scituate Cabin . . . 
driving lesson on hot summer mornings ... an able manager 

last mail deliveries ... a certain history note . . . Chew Monzas . . . 
airmail stationery . . . hope chest . . . Flight 66. Julv 2. 1963 

"Fthel . . . charm bracelet and marshal badge ... a wild driver? 
. . . The Sisters . . . most sincere . . . everyone's friend 

still waiting for John Brown ... a sewed finger in Home-Ec . . . 
seminarians . . . the day Mr. Prescott went left of a "Keep Right" 
sign 

rickshaws . . . settle down in Alaska? ... a stuffed peacock . . . "my 
hero" . . . sleeping over Quiglev s . . . money owed to Ron 

an avid sports fan . . . lost in Harvard Square ... an autographed 
baseball . . . driving on B.C. s sidewalks 

big eyes . . . gold cross necklace . . . first lunch Oct. 30. 1963 . . . 
39 Fords . . . switching boyfriends w ith D.D.? 

"Panda" ... a worn-out cow bell . . . anti-hats and rubbers ... a 
Friday night fight at H.H.S.? ... an active fan club 

Deputv Dog . . . 12-ga. shotgun . . . those beach parties . . . patches 
of rubber everywhere . . . remember C.H.S. before the handbook? 

a soda-jerk? . . . toothpaste with hexachlorophene . . . mascara, rings, 
stuffed animals . . . long eyelashes . . . big dimples 

cupids. good luck bracelets . . . eighth grade memories . . . Marsh- 
field. Duxburv. Hingham friends . . . "anybody have his class dues?" 
a former gypsy expert. 



a real blonde . . . boys with snipes . . . bare feet 
pomegranates . . . Paragon at 2 a.m. 



C\ C regattas 



Speech class . . . right-handed chairs in 200 . . . long, curly black hair 
. . . Brighton. Framingham people . . . '"one slightly used junk" 

unreadable handwriting ... a paper doll . . . register 1 at A&P . . . 
a certain Volkswagen . . . that union meeting! 

a three-minute miler? . . . black and orange ... a fruit-lover ... a 
pair of red cross-country shoes . . . advanced theories 

barefoot on Champs-Elysees at 11 p.m. . . . nonconformist . dark, 
dark tan . . . eyeliner . . . talkative . . . suddenlv last summer? 



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Class Mist or y 




7th Qrade 



When we were in seventh grade 




Girl Scout Troop #62 
that Conservation Badge was 
rough. 




The "sophisticated" seventh graders 




Bewildered and confused by the strange labyrinth of 
corridors, we entered C.H.S. as seventh graders. We were 
reduced from Deer Hill upperclassmen to the lowest form 
of student in the high school. After the regimentation of 
grammar school, seventh grade responsibilities and freedoms 
came as a shock to most of us. We faced new horrors of 
pink tardy slips, locker combinations, hours of unaccustomed 
homework, and homeroom detentions for chatterboxes. 
Reluctant to settle down in study halls, we spent many eighth 
periods making x"s in tiny squares of graph paper. How- 
ever, all this was overshadowed bv our new high school 
spirit. We cheered the team and worshipped football heroes. 
Suddenly society-conscious, we organized our own record 
hops at the Community Center. As serious and dedicated 
magazine campaigners, we canvassed the town. (The status 
symbol that vear was a VIP button, awarded to prominent 
salesmen. I Madly, we joined the high school clubs and 
even participated in the "'Great Lunchroom Strike"' spon- 
sored by our upperclassmen. Cohasset High even made the 
newspapers! As seventh graders we did not have too much 
to say about high school affairs, but our eagerness earned 
us recognition. 



8th Qrade 



As the experienced upperclassmen in the junior high 
school, we assumed a casual attitude toward the new, strug- 
gling seventh graders. We enjoyed the novelty of the new 
addition, but were dismayed at being isolated from the high 
school. That scar, the administration instituted honor study 
halls in the auditorium: however, they proved rather dis- 
honorable and were soon abolished. 



The new addition 



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Becoming more and more aware of social life, we began attending the high school 
dances. As the girls were the aggressors in those days, the Sadie Hawkins Dance — 
a girl-ask-boy affair — had the best attendance of any dance. This was also the year 
of some sensational parties at the Macdonald's. Low s, and Stannard's. As June 
approached, we became impatient to be official high schoolers. Planning our course 
of study for the freshman year, we felt that at last we were on our way ! 





CHS band about five vears ago 



Nothing to d 
days? 



jut shell peas in those 




Olympic stars have to start some- 
where ! 




9th Qrade 



Freshmen at last! We soon found that this honor brought increased 
responsibilities and often problems. In October we were introduced to 
the Iowa tests. Who can ever forget those name grids and those hundreds 
of answer blocks? Our first class meeting was held and we elected 
Chris Casady as Class President. Our two major projects as Freshmen 
were a class dance and a car wash. Our class dance. "The Cherry 
Blossom Ball." was held in April and was the most profitable dance we 
ever put on. Also in the spring, a group of us made the trip to Stratford. 
Conn., to see the educational and trulv entertaining performance of 
Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night. I Some of us remember the long bus 
ride more than anything else, though! I The vear was highlighted by the 
arrival of our class pins. Engraved on them was 1964. our graduation 
date. How far away it seemed then! Our Freshman year brought not too 
much money, not too many projects, but a lot of fun. And we were 
full-fledged members of the high school set! 




Come on. Sue; you know I got 
) that point! 



Cozv Joe in uniform 




JOtk Qrade 



You aren't going, to take my picture 
with that?! 




Of course we have to stay awake all 
night ! 




So what if it is 4 a.m.? 



As Sophomores we felt very much a part of high school life. Steve 
Humphreys became Class President and we soon formulated various 
money-making plans. We had a very successful cake sale in the fall, 
followed by a less profitable dance, "The Mardi Gras," in February. 
(At the dance an attempt to play a twist record was quickly squelched 
by Mr. Wunschel, but still, everyone had a wonderful time.) Finally, 
in the spring we had a more lucrative, but wet, car wash for all con- 
cerned. That year, as we began turning sixteen, walking suddenly 
became old-fashioned. Those with licenses became the "big wheels," 
literally. One of the most exciting events of our Sophomore year 
came in May when we ordered our class rings. We were well on our 
way to being upperclassmen ! 




Another game of pool? But I want to sleep! 



11th Grade 



Suddenly we were sophisticated upperclassmen! With Steve 
Humphreys again presiding, we began one of the busiest two 
years of our high school careers. Early in the fall our class rings 
arrived. In November we initiated a new tradition by holding 
our class dance, "The Junior Prom," at the Deer Hill School. 
As entertainment we engaged Cozy Joe's band, which soon began 
appearing at other dances and private parties. Various members 
of the class began receiving special recognition. Pat Skehan and 
Bruce Macdonald were chosen to represent the school at Girl's 
and Boy's State. In assembly, George Casey was presented the 
Harvard Book Award. We all had our first try at College Boards 
with the P.S.A.T.'s and then the S.A.T.'s and Achievements in 
spring. With spring came the controversial election for the next 
year's Student Council President. Dan Buckley won, proving 
his slogan that "a Dark Horse can win." 




Those wild teenage drivers 



IT " *"* 



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The jolly, jolly Juniors 




Our second car wash, held in May, provided hoth money 
and fun. Also in May, we learned that Chris Cooney was to 
spend the next year in Denmark and Chris Casady to spend 
the summer in Japan, as Cohasset's AFS representatives. 
When June came and the old Seniors left, we hecame 
anxious to return as Seniors ourselves. 



More helpers than cars 



12th Grade 



At last, at last we were part of that elite class — The Seniors! 
All crowded into one homeroom, we listened to dailv announce- 
ments of the manv activities and duties of Senior Year. We 
welcomed our own exchange student. Elspeth Hodgson from 
South Africa. As Steve Humphreys entered his third term as 
President, we set to work raising the necessary funds for our 
prom and graduation. Our first venture was the traditional 
Homecoming Dance, highlighted by the crowning of Elspeth as 
queen. The Tessahoc staff was chosen, with Doug Macdonald as 
editor. Thinking of the future, we read countless college cata- 
logues, took more College Boards, visited various campuses, 
attended teas and interviews, and finally rushed to get our 
applications readv on time. During the fall, school spirit rose, 
sparked bv weekly rallies and signs with "stimulating" slogans. 
Spirit reached an all-time high with the unforgettable Holbrook 
game. New honors came to various members of the class as 
Senior awards were presented. A new r tradition was begun in 
December when the first Sports Award Dance was held. Around 
January we became infected with that contagious disease, ' ; Sen- 
ioritis." It became increasingly difficult to concentrate on 
schoolwork, as more interesting things approached. In March 
we presented our class play. "The Stage Door." starring Linda 
Reynolds and Cornelius O'Brien. Anxious to build up our still 
low treasury funds, we set in motion plans for another car wash 
and cake sale, and for a Senior Variety Show. Then suddenly 
the year was almost over. Finals came closer as we made last 
preparations for the Prom and Graduation Day. Our last days 
at C.H.S. were happy ones, but tinged with sadness. We began 
to realize that our high school days had been some of the best 
days of our lives. 




The Queen and her Court 




The hotdogs were the best part of 
football games. 




Beat the Bulldogs! Bring holocaust to Hol- 
brook! 



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Rumors 




OFFICERS 

J. Reynolds. Secretary: P. Whisnand, Treasurer: R. Devin. 
President: W. Park. Vice-President. 




Row 1: M. Brennock. A. Pierce. M. Gulla. E. Litchfield. T. Cashin, A. Rosano. M. Chiasson, M. Maher. 
Row 2: C. Vecchione. L. Young. E. Marks. C. Phippen, A. Roy, K. Erickson, C. Calderwood. W. Ainslie. 



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Row 1: D. Harrold. T. Davis, J. Berens. Row 2: W. Sawchuk. R. Hubbard, R. Matteson, D. Williams, P. 
Brown, L. Goodwin, T. Mills. Row 3: M. Kerr, S. Dusossoit, D. Maloney, D. Blair, G. Libby, A. James, J. 
Pimentel. S. Grimes. 




Row I : E. Trayers, L. Studley, M. Mulhern. Row 2: U. Goltesman, L. Hassan. I'. Walsh, D. Gleason, S. 
I'apr. I .. MacI )oiiald. S. Baci^alupo. K. Murphy. Row 3: C. Martin. L. Mulcahy, M. Hussell. Brown, W. 
Coady, 1{. Byrnes, I). O'Connell. \{. Leonard. 



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Row 1: C. Perrv. R. Kingsland. D. Fesler. B. Goodwin. P. Ward. J. Morgan. D. \oung. E. Settino. Row 2: 
T. Hunt. S. McLean, T. Rucker, W. McCarthy, J. Jackman, F. Williams, W. Malley, T. Ford. 



Sophomores 



CLASS OFFICERS 




H. Gillespie. Treasurer: P. Calorio. V. -President ; M. McGoodwin. President: C. Jack- 
man. Secretary. 




Row I : G. Baker. D. Nardo. M. Ingram. L. Prentice. Row 'J: B. Hooper. J. Fitzpatrick. W. Hanlon, K. 
Kilt s. R. Jackson. E. Axford. M. Aroner. B. Phi|)])en, C. Gates. Row 3: V. Nardo. D. Casey, T. Joyce. 
S. Skehan, J. Marsh, S. Scott. R. Litchfield, P. Pattyson, P. Smith. 



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Sophomores 




Row 1: M. Reardon, M. Salvador. R. Martin. W. Crolius. Row 2: C. Simeone, R. Fielding. E. 
Harkness. J. Marks. V. Rose. L. Fortier. B; Hobbs. B. Corcoran. R. Fisher. Row 3: E. Singer. D. 
Dolan. H. Gillespie. M. Nisula. M. Bailey. N. Whipple. S. Jenks. P. Rice, D. LeDoux. 




Row 1: R. Bates. C. Lane. P. Leonard. L. Allen. E. Soule. M. Greene. Row 2: B. Mercer. K. El- 
liott. A. Wiggins. C. Butler, B. Clark. B. Sawchuk. B. Colpitts. D. Flint, J. Burke. Row 3: B. Mul- 
hern. K. OBrian, F. Haberstroh, A. Keating. B. MacBride. J. Joseph. B. Howe. 



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Row 1: B. Hagen. D. Libby. D. Hough. Row 2: R. Sestito, B. Stoddard, S. Boyt, C. Jackman, J. McCarthy, P. 
Colorio, M. Williams. Row 3: V. Pimentel, P. Verrochi, C. Muir, B. Joseph, M. McGoodwin, S. Farley, J. Stanton. 



Ninth Qrade 



CLASS OFFICERS 




Top Row: J. Boyer. Vice-President; R. Kinsland, President. Bottom Row: McCor- 
rnick, Treasurer; S. Hurlburt, Secretary. 

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Row 1: N. Hough, E. Hooper, S. McCormick. C. Pratt. Row 2: M. Jones, S. Towle. D. Woomer. S. Feola, S. Williams, D. 
Merrick. M. Anderson. Row 3: G. Carraher. S. White. A. Poland. S. Rancore. C. Wheelwright. L. Prescott, S. Burns, S. Hurl- 
burt, J. Neagle. Row 4: D<. Ritter, K. Silvia, G. Flint, P. Whidden, G. McEwan, W. Bates. J. Boyer, R. Reardon, M. Hunt. 




Row 1: E. Fitzpatrick, C. Martin, L. Aroner, S. Pattyson, W. Dutton, K. Hernan, S. McArthur, J. Guilfoyle. Row 2: D. 
Kingsland, J. McNeil, L. Sargent, C. Mulcahy, I. Kerr. M. Mather, S. Prentice. B. Anderson. P. Rogers. Row 3: J. Forsdick. 
J. Simpson. S. Luscombe, D. Infusino. M. Litchfield, C. Ford, D. Marie. L. Fortier. L. Poland. J. Hobbs. F. Nardo. 



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Row 1: W. Axford. M. Luckey. D. Orr. P. Flint. T. Doxsee, W. Murphy, N. Edminster, C. Chamberlain. 
Roiv 2: F. Vecchione, D. Ainslie. J. Ricketts. R. Salyards, L. ODonnell, S. Waaser, M. Mclntyre. G. Boyt, 
K. Libby. Row 3: M. O'Donnell. R. Settino, P. Hitt, R. Neilson, N. Stannard, S. Dunn, P. Casey, T. Berry, 
J. Keefe. 



Eighth Qrade 




Row 1 : A. Spinzola, L. Fortier. J. Goodine. Row 2: S. Collins. M. Burns, P. Prentice, N. Crolius, D. Bilo- 
deau. S. Smith. M. Wilcoxson, B. Enders. E. Mulhern, D. O'Connell, B. Scott, J. Polito, M. Holmes. Row 
3: A. Halhauav. C. Raymond, M. Pearson, M. Stanton. M. Huhhard. C. Verrochi, A. Leonard, J. Marks. K. 
Walch, P. Hill, D. Byrnes, W. Kerr. J. MacNeil, A. Whitcomb. Row 4: J. Litchfield. R. Degnan, D. Sullivan, 
S. Stovold, D. Cameron, B. Marsden. P. Buckley, J. Colpitts, R. McGoodwin, J. Hagen. 



Rou 1 : C. Smith. R. Whipple. J. Henderson. B. Protulis. J. Evans. C. Rose. F. Troy, D. Coach. S. Park, E. 
Gote, T. Hall. T. Mahar. C. Donovan. S. Gray. Ron 2: S. Smith. J. Ritter. B. Landers. D. Reddie. J. Peter- 
son. D. LeDoux. C. Haherstroh. G. Dormitzer. R. Henn. J. Greene. R. James. D. Fieedman. T. Keating. 
Rou 3: J. Thomas. C. Stannard. R. Snow dale. J. Hurley. C. Donzl. D. Hassan. F. Laidlaw, F. \ardo. E. 
Degnan. J. Thompson. J. Rohinson. R. Toule. J. Fitzpatrick. 




Ron 1: K. Bailev. M. Purslow, P. Burke. H. Clapp. P. Dowding. L. MacKay. K. Humphreys. S. Gardner. J. 
Merrick. A. Vecchione. J. Skeehan. S. Stovold. P. Bloomfield. G. LeBeau. Ron 2: A. Noonan, C. Davis, T. 
Watson. L. Stover. J. Gleason. J. Corrdrv. K. Tousle v. S. Reddie. S. DiMinico. M. Grimes. N. Sencabaugh. 
E. McAulliffe. Ron- 3: J. Bond. K. Talarico, V. Barnes. E. Souther. B. Reynolds. J. Crosby, M. Hall. E. 
Crosby, M. Bucklev. S. Mclntyre, L. Emanuello, B. Rogers. M. Higgins. 



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Seventh Qrade 




Row 1: N. Damon, E. Hill, M. Duggan, M. Wilcoxson, C. Turner, K. Benedict, L. Cogill, J. Buckley, B. 
Scott. H. Kingsland. J. Henderson, J. Goodine. M. Witten. Roiv 2: D. Dolan, D. Bilodeau, M. Stanton. D. 
Freedman. D. Edminster. J. Corrdry, P. Bloomfield, A. Hathaway, M. Coady. K. Smith, C. White. Row 
3: H. Clapp. G. Dormitzer. S. Mclntyre. K. Snowdale, B. McLellan. B. Bogers. J. Merrick. 




Row 1: N. Damon, C. Marks. M. Widdcn, D. Ward. J. Shannon, M. Brown, D. Smith, E. Hill, J. Nardo, K. 
Cashin. Row 2: A. Maree, M. Arcand, L. Cogill. C. Turner, C. White. J. Buckley. H. Kingsland, K. Smith, 
N. Yocum, M. Duggan. C. Kurtze. Row '3: D. Dolan, A. Grinnell, J. Emanuello, C. Rowe, L. Ripley, M. 
Hunt, D. Talario. A. Donze, C. Burns. M. White. M. DiMinico, D. Williams. L. Whipple. 



Row 1: G. Salvador. M. Timpany. D. Rogers, F. Rogers, R. Goodwin. D. Brennock. S. Lincoln. B. Watson. 
R. Andrews. N. Nardo, M. Smith. D. Williams. M. Berens. T. Jones, M. Smith. Rotv 2: D. Simeone. J. 
Longo. Row 3: T. Carlson. J. Tilden. J. Sadler. D. Killinger. F. Robinson. M. Emanuello. D. Ricketts. D. 
Lehr. D. Clarke. W. Purslow, G. Ainslie. R. Dutton. P. Chesworth. K. Mills. J. O'Donnell. 




Row 1: W. Woomer. R. Sargent, W. Litchfield, M. Greene, P. Neagle. G. Forsdick. F. Koed. H. Hanlon, 
W. Nickerson, C. Maloney. Row 2: M. Calorio. S. D'Antuono. K. Hinchcliffe. K. Benedict. M. Congdon. M. 
Coady, M. Cifrino. K. Jones, R. Stanton. B. Keegan, S. Libby. Row 3: J. Souther, C. Tibbetts, D. Edmin- 
ster, L. Esposito, P. Hobbs, M. McLellan, D. Block, K. Crosby. J. Litchfield, D. Rogers. D. Anderson. 



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Varsity Cheerleaders 




V. Cheerleaders 





'"George" 



"Paul" 



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y. V. Basketball 




Row 1: A. Keating, D. O'Connell, K. O'Brian, R. Hubbard. Row 2: N. Geary, P. Yerrochi, D. Libby, S. Farley, M. McGoodwin, 
V. Pimentel. 



freshman Basketball 




Row 1: N. Edminister, C. Chamberlain, E. Maree, J. Gilfoyle, D. Kerr, T. Doxee, R. Kingsland. Row 2: J. Vecchione, 
R. Murphy. D. Libby. T. Settino, S. Dunn, N. Stannard, P. Casey, D. Ainslie, G. Boyt, Mr. Davis. 



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y.K football 
1 * "^"^^^^^^ 




Row I: 0. Howe. R. Kingsland, M. Luckey, C. Chamberlain, K. Libby, J. Marsh. R. Jackson. Row 2: S. Dunn, R. Fished, B. Sawehuk, R, 
Hubbard, D. Libby, P. Verrochi (Captain), J. Ricketts. Roiv 3: P. Hitt, D. MeCormack, B. Goodwin, J. Morgan, T. Rucker, C. Muii 
I Captain) , C. Butler. 



ffJL football 




Rim I: T. Jones. \V. Protlllis, C. Ros,.. C. Donze, J, Colpits, T. Carlson, M. Smith, M. Green. Row 2: Mr. N. Frates, J. O'Donnell, 
R. Degnan, I). (Cameron, R. Snowdale, B. Mursden, S. Stovold, .1. Thomas, J. Nardo. 



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Varsity Tield Mockey 




Row 1: S. Flint, P. Whisnand, L. Reynolds, J. Edmonds, G. Gardner, J. Pimental. 



$ayVee Tield Mockey 




Row I: C. Mulcahy, L. Hooper, B. Anderson. Row 2: E. Singer, A. Wood, J. Rancore, P. Flint, D. Casey. 



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$irls y. V. Basketball 




"Say, ulial an 1 % < i ■ I doin' after llic jj,. i n i< • V " 

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Zrack 




Row 1: R. Martin, J. Morgan, R. Kingsland. D. Macdonald. S. Humphrey, J. Sands. M. McGoodwin. D. Rust, G. Gordon. R. Devin. 
Row 2: Mr. Davis, T. Elliot, B. MacBride, C. Butler, R. Greene, T. Stoddard. I). Quigley. I). Maloney, F. Haber-troh. G. Muir. R. Paulding. 
J. Scobie. 



Baseball 




\Row I: E. Axford. R. Jackson. Row 2: M. Stannard, B. Macdonald, G. Flint, B. Dale, G. Casey, J. Lyon. Row 3: Mr. Leary, P. 
Mullette, G. Hunt, P. Loughran. R. Feola, C. Schwelm. Coach Dorr. 



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Girls Zennis 




J. Norling, J. Kleinz, C. Casady, D. Dunn, J. Reardon, C. Grassie, C. Donovan, L. Reynolds. 



Qirls Softball 




Row 1: \. Leonard, S. Scott, K. Litchfield, L. Fierce, J, Edmonds, I). Cbletti, C. Gates. Row 2: B. Rockwood, 
P. Colorio, J. Pimentei, R. Sestito, B. Stoddard, V. Morris, S. Pape, M. Baily, D. Casey, Mrs. Cohen, 



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Golf 




Mr. McCallum, B. Donovan. V. Nardo, A. Keating, D. Churchill, B. Mulhern, P. Davis, T. Crosby, T. 
McNeil. Mr. Dorr. 



Cross Country 




Mr. Davis, R. Fielding, Mr. Kerr, R. Paulding, F. Haberstron, G. Gordon, G. Mullette. 



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Student Council 




Row I: D. Buckley. L. Reynold*. D. Flint. T. Arcand. Row 2: V. Nardo. J. Fitzpatrick, P. Prentire. L. Sargent. E. Hodgson. 
Jet Jackson. N. Edininster, T. Brennock. Mr. Shaw. Row 3: B. Coady. D. Macdonald, M. Stannard, A. Wood, L. Hassan. 
S. Boyt. C. Perry, D. Young, S. Dunn. 



Rational Mo nor Society 




Row 1: C. Casady, D. Rose. L. Reynolds. G. Casey. Row 2: G. Flint, S. Flint. S. Tousley. C. Towle, D. 
Freedman. J. Knapp. L. Grassie. C. Phippen. Mr. Leary. Row 3: N. Geary, S. Grimes. R. Paulding. D. Mac- 
donald. C. Perry. 



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Marshals 




Row I: G. Casey (Co-Capt.), D. Macdonald (Co-Capt.). Row 2: R. Jackson, G. Flint, P. Skehan, C. Casady, J. Pimental, 
R. Kingsland, M. McGoodwin, T. Elliot. Roiv 3: M. Stannard, S. Humphreys, B. Macdonald, T. Stoddard, D. Quigley, J. 
Jackman, B. McCarthy, D. Young, C. Perry. 



Juture Zcackers 




Ran I : I). Rose, D. Dunn, L. Williams, C. Phippen. Roiv 2: L. Fortier, A. Rosano, M. Gulla, C. Verrochi, B. Phippen, M. Chiasson, 
I'. Mclntyre. Ron :i: K. Stanton, S. Stovall, R. Bates, L. Grassie, M. Anderson, J. Marks, J. Reynolds, R. Bates; D. Casey. 
Ron I: \. Wood, S. I owl.-, C. Lane, I,. Carraher, L. O'Donnell, K. Jackman, B. Mercer, B. Reynolds, C. Lane, P. Leonard. 



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AJ.S. Club 




/?ou; 7: S. Flint. Mr. Maedonald, Elspeth Hodgson. Row 2: A. Rosano. A. Wetzler. E. Singer. B. Crolius. J. Wheeler, B. Hooper. 
R. Chiasson. Ron 3: L. Reynolds. E. Nisula. J. Reynolds, C. Casady, L. Carraher, D. Flint, B. Mercer, N. Whipple, S. Tousley. 
L. Hassan. Row 4: B. Coady, R. Reed, S. Grimes, S. Boyt, D. Blair, R. Kingsland, S. Dusossoit, R. Parks, E. Harkness. 



Audio Visual Club 




Row 1: T. Joyce, D. McCormick, B. Goodwin. Row 2: A. Roy, W. Sawchuck, D. Stone, J. Stanton. 



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Science Seminar Society 




Row 1: T. Cordrey, R. Fielding, T. Rucker. Row 2: F. Burns, R. Fielding, 0. Howe, T. Mills, R. Bates, B. Crolius, 
Mr. Thompson. 



Debating Society 




Row 1: R. Fielding (Pres.), F. Burns. Row 2: D. Buckley, T. Cordroy, C. Maclsaacs, 0. Howe, Mr. 
Leary. Row 3: R. Fielding, I). Reese, D. Hough. 

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Senior High Math Club 




Row 1: R. Bates, D. Rose, N. Geary, C. Towle, L. Young, C. Maclsaacs, C. Gates. S. Murphy. Row 2: L. Grassie, D. Casey, R. Bates, B. 
Phippen, C. Phippen, E. Singer, H. Gillespie, R. Fielding, D. Hough, D. Massa, J. Hobbs. Row 3: Mr. DiGirolamo, W. Sawchuk. E. 
Harkness, B. Mercer, J. Burke, S. Boyt, B. Crolius, G. Casey, R. Fielding, Mr. Davis. Roiv 4: J. Lyon, T. Cordy, S. Grimes. D. Blair, 
R. Paulding, S. McLean, M. Macdonald, J. McCarthy, R. Reed. 



flews Club 




Row I: C. Maclsaacs, Mr. Sheehan. Row 2: M. Hanlon, J. Knapp, S. Devin, D. Dolan, M. O'Quin. Row 3: D. Rusk, 
B. Coady, N. Albanys, J. Wheeler, G. Burns, S. Dussosoit, E. Trayers. Row 4: J. Blair, W. Sawchuk, A. James, D. 
Young, P. Coady, S. Baciagalupo. 



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'Dramatic Club 




Row 1: L. MacKay, S. Prentice. Row 2: E. Marks, D. Dunn, J. Reynolds, J. Ottina, B. Noonan. Row 3: J. 
Sencabaugh. R. Park, R. Matteson, S. McLean, R. Troy, P. Whisnand. 



y. M Math Club 




linn 1: L. Ripley, C. Hindu lift.-. K. Cashin, M. Arcand, D. Talarico, B. McClelland, H. Kingsland, S. D'Antuono. Row 2: 
J. Marks, P. Prentice. M. Burns, C. Donovan, R. Whipple, Mrs. Bates. Row 3: J. Ritter, C. Haberstroh, L. Emmanuello, I 

L. MarKay, K. Talarico, R. Towle, 



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Pep dub 




Row One: L. Huskins, M. Mulhern, P. Conroy, L. Hassan, J. McCarthy, L. Reynolds, B. Colpitts. J. Reynolds, S. Tousley. (Pres.), S. 
Nicolle, R. Reed, R. Bates, C. Gates, B. Mercer, J. Burke, S. Boyt, S. Flint, Mr. Davis, (Advisor). Row Two: J. Lyons, A. Pratt, C. 
Casady, D. Woomer, L. Carraher, S. White, S. Eevin, P. Whidden, P. Flint, S. Prentice. D. Fling, C. 0"Brien, P. Pattison, S. Jenks, 
C. Elliott, E. Trayers, J. Ottina, R. Bates, C. Mullette. Row Three: K. Murphy. D. Gottesman, L. 0*I)onell, S. Luscombe, S. Williams, N. 
Haigli, S. Hurlburt, L. Poland, C. Sargent, C. Mulcahy, L. Prescott, K. Herren, J. Neagle, J. Rancore, V. Morney, C. Jackman, B. 
Hooper, D. Phippen, C. Maclsaacs, L. Young. 



Press Club 




Seated: W. Sawchuck, Editor: D. Dunn, Co-Editor: Mr. Raccueaia, Advisor. Row One: A. Rosano, K. Mulcahy, M. Hunt, L. Prescott, 
I. Rancore, D. Morrison, J. Neagle, S. Murphy. Row Two: G. Pratt, B. Sawchuck, D. Buckley, N. Albanys, J. Wheeler, D. Dolan, M. 
Sreen, J. O'Quin, P. Leonard. D. McCormick. Row Three: B. Coady, S. Jolley, B. McGoodwin, P. Coady, J. McCarthy, L. Hassan, 
E. Trayers, M. Mulhern. J. Ottina. 



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Jrenck Club 




Row 1: Miss Gray, C. Casady, L. Reynolds, P. Skeehan, L. Carraher, Mr. Abrahamson. Row 2: K. Stanton, B. Phippen, S. Scott, H 
Gillespie, C. Gates, M. Chiasson, N. Rose, L. Sargent. Row 3: J. Burke, S. Jenks, S. Tousley, S. Flint, L. Grassie, C. Phippen, E. Singer 
T. Rose, L. Williams, N. Ross, A. Rosano, M. Mulcahy, P. Conroy, L. Allen. Row 4: C. Wheelwright, J. Rancore, E. Burns, M. Nisula, V. 
Morris, K. Jackman, R. Matteson, D. Freedman, J. Ottina, M. Mulhern, J. Marshall, C. Towle, D. Flint, S. Boyt, B. Mercer, P. Pattyson. 
R. Reed. 



Zroll 




Row 1 : R. Fielding, Mr. MacDonald. Row 2: B. Nugent, C. Maclsaacs, S. Murphy, J. Knapp, F. Burns, E. Singer, H. 
Gillespie, K. Stanton, J. Marshall. Row 3: R. Fielding, D. Fesler, S. McLean, D. Freedman, N. Ross, N. Whipple, M. 
Nisula. 



I 



JMmt Chorus 




Row I: M. Gulla, K. Murphy J. Knapp, M. Nisula, M. Carey, K. Stanton. J. Simpson, M. Salvadore, C. Chamberlain, R. Matteson, N. 
Whipple, J. Taylor. Row 2: D. Rose, N. Ross. K. Mulcahy, M. Bailey, C. Phippen, C. Vecchione, B. Phippen, S. Grimes; J. Berens, G. 
Gordon, S. Nicolle, S. Farley, N. Stannard, A. Wetzler. M. Oliver, Mrs. Phipps. Row 3: H. Gillespie, J. Marshall, S. McCormick, M. 
Stannard. B. Dale, L. Mulcahy. D. Blair. G. Mullette, J. Scobie, T. Ford, D. McCormack, S. McLean, J. Blair, V. Wasser, M. Chiasson. 
Row 4: M. Hanlon, L. Young, J. Rancore, S. Hurlbert, J. Burke, R. Kingsland, M. Williams, P. Mullette. B. Macdonald. R. Fielding, R. 
Bates, B. Mercer. Row 5: C. Thomas, J. Sencabaugh, P. Whisnand, C. Grassie, D. Freedman, S. Williams, P. Leonard, C. Lane, L. Hassan, 
M. -McCarthy, A. Leonard, J. Keefe, L. Studley, S. Bacigalupo, C. Gates, K. Maclsaacs, S. Dussosoit. 



Stage Crew 




Sitting: B. Stanton, A. Roy. Standing: Mr. Plant, W. Sawchuk. 



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Hand 




Row I: J. Hohbs, Mr. Rogers, B. Hooper. Row 2: R. Snowdale, S. Stovold, R. Jackson, S. Burns, J. Corddry, L. Prescott, D. Ainslie 
R. Bates, J. Gilfoil. Row 3: T. Watson, W. Axford, J. Marsh, R. Fielding, S. Nicolle, N. Burns, M. Salvadore, R. Bates, B. Ender; 
Row 4: G. Casey, S. Humphreys, D. Macdonald, T. Berry, D. Matteson, R. Fielding, T\ Stovold, T. Ford, C. Perry. 




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"Here come the refreshments!" "Hey. who swiped my curlers?" ""Quick, hide! Here comes Lu-Lu! 

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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Arcand 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Barnes, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bates 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bernitt 
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Buckley 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Carey 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Carraher 
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Casady 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Casey 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Coletti 
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Dunn 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Edmonds 
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic R. Emanuello 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Flint 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Flint 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Freedman 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Z. Gottesman 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Grassie 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hooper 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Humphreys 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Keating 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kleinz, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Leonard 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Loughran, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy C Macdonald 
Mr. and Mrs. Everett K. Maclssacs 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Massa 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Massa 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mullette 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Nicolle 
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Norling 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Nugent 
Mr. Neil O'Brien 
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Quigley 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Reed Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Reynolds 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Scobie 
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Skehan 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Stanton 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Stauss 
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Taylor 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Tousley 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Towle 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Winslow Waaser 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Ward, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic H. Wood, 



LEGAL PROFESSION 

C. YARDLEY CHITTICK 
WILLIAM D. CROSBY 
JAMES R. DeGIACOMO 
JOHN F. ELLIOTT 
DANIEL F. FEATHERSTONE, JR. 
WILLIAM J. FITZGERALD, JR. 
IRWIN M. GOLDEN 
JOHN J. HAYES, JR. 
RICHARD D. LEGGAT 

george w. Mclaughlin 

JOHN J. O'NEILL 
ROBERT E. ROSS 
RICHARD A. SULLIVAN 
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, JR. 
J. BLAKE THAXTER 
RICHARD J. WALSH 
WILLIAM D. WEEKS 



MEDICAL PROFESSION 

PHILIP S. BRACKETT 
JOHN W. CAHILL 
OSCAR C. JOHNSON 
WILLIAM G. MATTESON 
EDWARD A. McCARTHY 
FREDERICK F. O'BRIEN 
HOWARD S. REID 
EDWARD H. SEADALE 
ROBERT T. SCEERY 
EDWARD H. SCHOOT 



PROFESSIONAL PATRON 

VIRGINIA ROSE BEAUTY SALON 




On November 22, 1963. the world bowed its head in respect for a great man who 
had met an untimely death by an assassin's bullet. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the I nited States, won the 
elections of 1960 despite two major political setbacks: his youth and his religion. 
There were those who supported his ideals and aspirations as President and there 
were those who did not. but by most thinking citizens of the Western World, he was 
recognized as a leader who sought to find solutions to his country's problems and 
to ease the hardships of his allies. 

Throughout the surface of the globe, countries near and far. old and new. mourned 
the death of this great man. The fatal shot fired brought sorrow and grief not only 
to the American people, but to the world. 

Elspeth Hodgson 



TOWLE ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. 

5 Brook St. Cohasset Village 

Electrical Contractors 
General Electric Sales and Service 

phone 383-0036 EST. 1921 



AUSTIN L AHERN 



Jewelry 

NORTH SCITUATE CENTER 



'Good luck to the class 
of 1964" 



St. John's 

SUNOCO STATION 



South Maine St. 



Compliments of 

COUNTRY PACKAGE STORE 

North Scituate Shopping Center 




COHASSET 
HARDWARE CO., INC. 



Hardware — Housewares 
COHASSET VILLAGE 



Compliments of 

THE SANDWICH SHOP 



// 



North Scituate 



-JACK CONWAY & COMPANY, INC. 

||§|i ROUTE 3A, COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS 



40 SOUTH MAINE ST. 
383-0185 




"Specialists in South Shore Real Estate' 



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Compliments of 

COHASSET COLONIALS 



by 

Haggerty 



Compliments of 



CUTLER BUICK 



106 



Compliments of 

THE NELL FISHER 1 
! SHOP 

SCITUATE, MASS. 


THE FRUIT SHOP 

Fresh Fruit and 
Vegetables Daily 

85 Front St. 
Scituate Harbor 
TEL. LI 5-1380 

ARTHUR BASER 
and ARTHUR MONTANARE 


Compliments of 

BEST CHEVROLET, 
INC. 

HINGHAM, MASS. 


Compliments of 

PETERSEN'S 
REAL ESTATE 

26 South Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 


Best of Luck 
From 

DWYER'S CLEANERS 

Cushing Plaza 
Cohasset, Mass. 


WATCHES DIAMONDS 

D. S. CAMPBELL 

Jeweler 




RUTH'S DRESS SHOP 

RUTH R. SIMEONE 
25 South Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 


50 South Main St., Cohasset 
TEL. EV 3-0732 



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SIMEONE'S LIQUOR 
STORE 



27 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 
Tel. 383-0215 



CUSHING PLAZA 
DRUG STORE 



Cohasset, Mass. 
Rt. 3A Tel. 383-1001 



VIANO CO. 
GIFT SHOP 

50 North Hingham 
Tel. 749-0752 



HINGHAM 
CAMERA 
SHOP 

61 South Street 
Hingham, Mass. 
TEL. 749-0588 



RED 
LION 
INN 

Famous Throughout 
New England 

TEL 383-1704 



71 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



BAILEY'S 
DELICATESSEN 

101 Ripley Road 
BEST OF LUCK TO THE 
CLASS OF 1964 
Cohasset, Mass. Tel. 383-9685 



Compliments of 

THE COFFEE SHOPPE 



South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



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FROST and CALDWELL 
FURNITURE and GIFTS 

Where It's Usual to Find 
the Unusual 
CUSHING PLAZA, COHASSET RT. 3A 


ERIC'S SUNOCO 

391 J. Cushing Highway 
Route 3A 
Cohasset, Mass. 

TEL. 383-9639 ROAD SERVICE 

U-HAUL TRAILERS 


THE LINEN CHEST 

Cushing Plaza 
Cohasset, Mass. 
Tel. 383-1 198 


SARAH LAWRENCE 
BEAUTY SALON 

56 South Main Street 
Cohasset 
Tel. 383-1710 


i SMITH APPLIANCE 

bhKVICE 


S S GATES & SONS 
CLOTHING STORE 


405 Koute iA 
Cohasset 383-0576 




MAYTAG - PHILCO - KITCHENAID 
Service On All Makes 
RADIO — STEREO — T.V. 
Sales and Service 


97 Front Street 
Scituate, Mass. 
TEL. 545-1111 



MONA FRIEL 

HAIR STYLIST 
* 



FIVE STAGE COACH WAY 
COHASSET, MASS. 
EVergreen 3-1490 



SARAH LAWRENCE 




BEAUTY SALON 

56 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 


RENE G. CHIASSON 


Tel. 383-1710 


Plumbing and Heating 




FREDERICK H. GRASSIE 

GULF STATION 


COHASSET, MASS. 


COHASSET, MASS. 





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Compliments and Best Wishes to 
Our Boys and Girls of Cohasset From 

HUGO'S 



GOOD LUCK, Class of 1964 

ELENA SESTITO - FLORIST 



S. Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 
383-1966 



JAY'S, INC. 

COHASSET, MASS. 



FLEMMING'S HARDWARE 



COHASSET, MASS. 



Station St. 
Hingham, Mass. 
749-2045 



FASHION FABRICS 

of North Scituate, Incorporated 

392 Gannett Road 
North Scituate, Massachusetts 
545-4530 



CENTRAL MARKET 

COHASSET, MASS. 



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Congratulations from 

HINGHAM JEWELERS 

54 SOUTH ST. 


JACK CONWAY & 
COMPANY, INC. 

ROUTE 3A COHASSET 

Specialists in 
South Shore Real Estate 


THE SHIP'S MAST 

E. GILBERTI, Prop. 
ED 5-1710 

Early American furniture of all types 

Made to order Tavern Signs 
Hutches, Stripping, and Refinishing 
Antiques and Reproductions 
in the showroom 

Open Winter 12 A.M.-6 P.M. 
Summer 10 A.M.-7 P.M. 
Sat. and Sun. and Holidays 


Compliments of 

THE COTTAGE 
RESTAURANT 

Serving the best in 
Pizza and Submarines 

CALL 

ORDERS TO GO 383-9619 



GATES 

Scituate Harbor 
North Scituate 



ELEANOR COLLINS 
REAL ESTATE 

Cohasset 
EV 3-0420 



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MITCHELL'S 
REPAIR SHOP 

OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION 

Route 3A Cohasset, Mass. 

EV 3-0497 


Compliments of 

THOM MacKINNON 
SHOES 

STAGECOACH WAY 
COHASSET 








J. Edwin Delory 

i\Cv^. rn/\r\ivi/\v^i j i 
EV 3-0080 Cohasset 


WATSON CHEVROLET 

Chevrolet Sales and Service 

SCITUATE, MASS. 


Compliments of 

WILLIAMS 
OIL COMPANY 

COHASSET, MASS. 


Compliments of 

THE 

1 UA 1 t LLtAIN tro 

NORTH SCITUATE 
MASS. 


Compliments of 

COHASSET MOTORS 

Route 3A 
Cohasset, Mass. 


Compliments of 

THE COLONIAL PHARMACY 

1 South Main St. 
Cohasset Center 

EV 3-0100 



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HIGHWAY MOTOR SALES 



THE OAKS FARM 

Fresh Milk and 
Dairy Products 

SOHIER ST. COHASSET 



MacNEIL, INC. 

Plumbing and Heating 

COHASSET, MASS. 



JOLLY CAST-A-WAYS 

GIFTS OF DISTINCTION 
UNUSUAL IMPORTS AND HANDICRAFTS 

34 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. EV 3-0544 



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MASSA MANUFACTURES - 
WORLD'S LARGEST SONAR 
TRANSDUCERS... 



•\ major milestone in the extensive As>\ project oi underwater sur- 
veillancc v\ »is passed as a new gigantic sonar transducer was lowered inio the ocean. 

Designed and huili r>> Massa Division of Cohu Electronics. Inc in 
Hingham. Massachusetts, this 30 ton transducer is live stories his:h and can 
efficient!) convert into underwater sound, enormous quantities ot electric power 
in amounts sufficient to meet the needs ol a city of 50.0(H) people 





Another major milestone in the extensive ASW 
project of long range underwater surveillance was 
passed as a new sonar sensor was completed by 
Massa Division of Cohu Electronics, Inc., in 
Hingham, Mass. 

The giant structure, which will span across miles 
at great ocean depths, employs thousands of ultra 
sensitive hydrophones. The uniformity of operating 
characteristics of these hydrophones exceeds the 
precision of any previously mass produced elements. 

*If the individual sonar receiving elements 
employed in the assembly were placed end to end, 
they would reach a height of 13,000 feet, which 
is almost 10 times that of the Empire State Building 



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J. E. PURDY 

367 BOYLSTON STREET 



Official Class Photographer 
for the 
Class of 1962 



BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 1964 

Cohasset Real Estate Associates 

ROUTE 3A COHASSET EV 3-0800 



COHASSET MARINE SERVICE, INC. 




OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 




82 Border St. — 617-383-1023 




Cohasset Harbor, Mass. 




MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED 





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